What Is Academy Accreditation?
Accreditation is a voluntary, independent review of educational programs to determine that the education provided is of uniform and sound quality. Being awarded accreditation ensures that an institution has been evaluated and that it met set standards of quality determined by the accrediting organization granting the accreditation. An academy or university's accreditation is maintained by continued adherence to the set criteria.
Why is academy Accreditation Important? What Type of Accreditation Should I Look For?
There are several reasons accreditation is important besides insurance of quality and adherence to academic standards. Proper accreditation is integral for the acceptance and transfer of academy credit, and is a prerequisite for many graduate programs. In addition, degrees attained from a school without regional accreditation may not be as accepted for professions that require licensure, the most popular listed below:
The Institutional Review Process
- Accounting (CPA)
- Veterinary Medicine
All institutions need to demonstrate that they are in substantial compliance with the Standards and with those regulations that the government is required to oversee the implementation of. Within this context, the goal of the process is the improvement of student learning, student success, and institutional effectiveness.
Institutions can typically expect to spend two to three years pursuing reaffirmation of accreditation.
TSTA has been successfully accredited to deliver the qualification of the following institutions:
Academic Scientific Cooperation
- Arts, Sciences, and Technology University in Lebanon AUL (TSTA is the 8th Branch of AUL ).
- University of Debrecen (Foundation program).
TSTA has signed cooperation agreements with a number of universities, academies and scientific centers. as:
- Sudan University of Science and Technology.
Medicana Hospitals Group